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Vanderbilt Medicine: International stories of hope and healing feature VIGH members

Posted by News on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 in News Posts.

Several VIGH affiliated faculty members are featured in the article, Making a World of Difference in the Winter 2013 edition of Vanderbilt Medicine. The desire to improve health for all people worldwide inspires physicians to work in locations far from home and the relationships they cultivate with people living in low-resource settings reminds them of the reasons they chose medicine.

VIGH affiliated faculty, staff and students working in Kenya, Nigeria and Guyana are featured in this article and include: Mark Newton, M.D., Erik Hansen, M.D., MPH, John Tarpley, M.D., Margaret Tarpley, MLS, John P. Rohde, M.D., Nicolas Forget, M.D., MPH, DTMH, and VUSM fourth-year medical student, Matthew Gartland.

Read the article in Vanderbilt Medicine here.

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